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What could have been a simple traffic stop for an expired vehicle registration turned into a police pursuit that ended with a crash and one person airlifted to a regional hospital.

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The Gustine Traveling Library is taking their mission to expand literacy and educational opportunities down the road, as they unveiled their latest project - an education bus that will be serving the Santa Nella community.

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Mired in an extreme drought, California lawmakers on Thursday made the initial steps toward lowering the amount of water people use in their homes, a move that won’t be enforced on individual customers but could lead to local water agencies exploring avenues to incentivize or assist in reduc…

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The Gustine City Council approved the hiring of Brad Kilger to serve as the interim city manager while the City searches for a long-term replacement of outgoing City Manager Doug Dunford.

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The Newman Alternative to Euthanasia is hosting a low cost animal clinic from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. on May 19 at Pioneer Park, located at Fresno and R streets.

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Gustine City Manager Doug Dunford will be ending his tenure in a matter of weeks and filling the role of city manager in a new town in Southern California. 

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Jonathan Rodriguez is currently wanted by authorities in Merced County on a warrant, with a total bail amount of $60,000 issued out of the State of California Superior Court, Merced County. He is wanted on felony charges of injuring a spouse, cohabitant, fiancé, boyfriend, girlfriend, or chi…

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Two people were killed in a head-on collision early Monday morning in Newman when one driver attempted to pass a tractor trailer, the California Highway Patrol reported.

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Representative Josh Harder announced nominations are now open for high school marching bands across the Valley to be chosen to play at the National Spirit of American Independence Day Parade on July 4th, 2023, in Washington D.C.